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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Sean Kempton creator and performer of Stuff

With over 3000 shows at the world's biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHubwe want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Sean Kempton creator and performer of Stuffanswering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. What made you decide to bring a show this year? I have been working abroad ...

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Five Fast Fringe Questions with James Fritz of Ross and Rachel

In one sentence tell us about your show. It's a two hander performed by one performer about expectation, mortality, 90s sit-coms and the way we talk about love. What made you decide to bring a show this year? I was asked to write something by MOTOR with Edinburgh in mind - it's a great place to try something new as ...

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Jonny Lennard: Tale Blazer – Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Reviewer:Lucy Danser It has to be said that there’s a lot of potential in Jonny Lennard’s show. There’s a solid narrative structure; that of babysitting his hipster niece interspersed with extracts from existing children’s literature and his own creations as he desperately tries to get her off to sleep. The latter provide the strongest parts of the show by way ...

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Silk Road: Assembly George Square, Edinburgh

Writer: Alex Oates Director: Dominic Shaw Reviewer: Anna Ambelez Drugs and the internet, both big businesses today, put the two together, dynamic. Young Bruce Blackmore (James Baxter) lives with his ageing Nan. At a party, he is introduced to drugs and bowled over by a girl, two things that change his life. Being a small time DJ at the local ...

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Race – Assembly George Square Studios, Edinburgh

Director: Clare Mortimer Reviewer: Gareth Davies The set-up seems simple – a wealthy white man is accused of raping a black woman in a hotel room. But for Pulitzer prize-winning writer David Mamet inRace, this scenario is the launchpad for a coruscating exploration of notions of shame, guilt, reparation and trust. The white accused (Michael Gritten) consults his prospective defence ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: Alfie Moore – The Naked Stun

Creator of Radio 4’s It’s a Fair Cop, Alfie Moore talks to TPR about his new show, The Naked Stun. If you are a Fringe veteran what has been your experience of the Fringe in the past? I’m a veteran alright but not at the Fringe. I absolutely love the place and keep saying I’m not going next year and ...

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